Good times on the Hilltop never seemed so good! Might sound weird. Even I paused a little after writing this sentence. However, after a summer of worrying about not being … Read More
Among the chaos and panic around the world, some students still decided to take their vacation out of the country
Some students abroad are refusing SMU’s call to return home over coronavirus concerns.
In this edition of SMU Look, we take a look at sister bloggers who are sharing their lives through travel, fashion, and sweet treats. Plus, our reporters share some new and exciting ways you can shop these days. We also have an SMU Look founding member in the studio. Come take a look!
My friends here at school and I have decided to take a trip together this summer. The consensus seems to be that we’re going to head on a road trip. I’m pretty excited, but I have to admit that I have some misgivings, too. Going on a road trip puts us in awfully close quarters for an awfully long time, and I would hate for that proximity to add any strain to my best college friendships. None of us owns a particularly large car, so we’ll probably take two small ones, and things will be pretty cramped. And I don’t think we’ll have a ton of money for accomodations, either, so there will be a lot of people in each motel room. What can I do to make sure that we get through this trip without learning to hate each other?
While I’ve been in school. I’ve made some money as a freelance writer. I write blog posts, marketing copy, and things like that. I know that freelancers don’t get some perks that full-time employees get (health insurance, etc.), but I’m thinking that I’m going to try to make it as a freelancer for a while when I graduate. And a big part of why I want to do this is that I want to work remotely and travel.
I’m very confident in my choice of career, but I’m not as sure about how I’ll manage the travel and remote work from a legal perspective. For instance, is it legal to work in a foreign country for an employer in the US?
Victoria Jaeger and Courtney Neunaber came up with an idea on how to shake up the blogging scene in Dallas, and wow, has it worked.
Many college students are struck with a sense of longing for adventure, or wanderlust. Instead of simply reading about places around the world, people want to go and experience these places for themselves.
We’ve all heard parents or teachers preach that money can’t buy happiness, but what exactly does debt buy? Whether you like it or not, money runs the world (sorry Beyoncé). … Read More